|Vyber a implementacia dokument manažment systemu pre riadenie dokumentacie v spoločnosti Mlyn Pohronsky Ruskov
|Choice and implementation of management systém for document management in company Mlyn Pohorsky Ruskov
|Trendy v podnikání = Business trends : vědecký časopis Fakulty ekonomické ZČU v Plzni. 2018, roč. 8, č. 1, s. 73-89.
|Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
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|Document management of the 21st century means, in particular, a fully automated system that, after being installed on a corporate server, is capable, after setting up according to user preferences, to manage the documents separately, to work with these documents, upload them to the system, create them directly in the system, work with them within an intranet internal network, publish them on social responsibility issues on the company's website, and ultimately send them to all interested parties.The most common naming for a system with similar features is document management system, yet these systems can be found under the name of electronic information systems for registry administration. Producers and providers of document management systems are currently large on the market, they differ only in detail, some offer additional additional features in addition to traditional features, of course, which is an increase in the value of the product, but the development of these products is preceded in particular by market analysis, organizations to "clean up" business documentation and later rational management with a view to efficient use and immediate viewing when needed. The aim of the article is to elaborate in more detail the theoretical basis of document management and, through a case study, to describe needs analysis, defining requirements and selecting system management document based on the progressive weighting method.
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